50 Cent Talks Fallout With Tony Yayo, G-Unit Split

By Staff  |  03/31/2014

Power 105 morning show, The Breakfast Club, kicked off his first day on Diddy's REVOLT TV on Monday (March 31) with a lengthy interview with 50 Cent.

During the interview, the hip-hop mogul discusses everything to his feelings on Diddy, who he says only stands next to what keeps him hot; his belief that Fabolous, Jay Z and Lloyd Banks are equally important to the hip-hop culture; and Rick Ross, whom he says that if he ever ran into him, he wouldn't know what to do because he hasn't figured out a way to f*ck up law enforcement.

Later, Fif talks about his fall out with Tony Yayo and Sha Money XL, explaining it was over money.

"Some people are like... they're like milk, they have an expiration date. No matter what you do, they'll spoil after a while," 50 Cent said of Yayo. "I've done a lot for him. Being personable with people, they'll feel like that homeboy code, guy code type of energy. They'll be like, 'You know what? You got it, so you should give it to me.' Versus what makes sense. If you don't sustain your value in the marketplace, I gotta pay you the market rate."

He later addressed feelings that he "always starting beef before an album release," falling out with others and what caused it,, being on the same flight with Ja Rule, and even if he thinks he was blackballed by Jimmy Iovine.